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By RFU Press Release
January 24 2012

Rugby fans will be able to watch live web streaming of England Women’s final RBS 6 Nations match against home nations rivals Ireland in March.

Watch England Women take on Ireland in the RBS 6 Nations live on

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Through RFU.com, the match on March 17th at Esher RFC will be available at www.rfu.com/englandwomenliveahead of the 2.00pm kick off. Users will be able to watch the match live and then in full for up to three days after the match, while highlights of England’s games against Scotland, Italy and Ireland will also be available on RFU.com.

With England looking to defend their Grand Slam crown and secure a seventh successive Six Nations title this series is set to be a thriller. England kick off their campaign against Scotland on February 5th before travelling to Italy on February 12th.

England’s first home game is against Wales on February 25th at Twickenham Stadium and the match will be live on the BBC Red Button and the BBC Sport website. England are back on the road again for their penultimate match against France on March 11th before the defending champs take on Ireland.

An impressive five camera feed with match commentary from some of the game’s leading commentators and former England stars, as well as post-match interviews, will provide rugby fans with broadcast quality viewing as England and Ireland go head-to-head.

RFU Digital Editor, Tom Hines, said: “Over 6,000 people watched RFU.com’s live streaming of England Women’s autumn tests against New Zealand. With the women’s game growing all the time and England defending a Grand Slam, there’s a growing appetite for watching England’s Elite Women that we need to satisfy.”

England Women’s Six Nations Fixtures 2012

February 5th 2012, Scotland v England, Lasswade, Edinburgh, KO 5pm

February 12th 2012, Italy v England, Parabiago, Nr Milan, KO 3pm

* February 25th, 2012, England v Wales, Twickenham Stadium, KO 615pm

March 11th, 2012, France v England, Stade Charlety, Paris, KO 145pm

**March 17th 2012 England v Ireland, Esher RFC, KO 2pm.

* Free entry to Twickenham Stadium following the final whistle of the England men v Wales match.

** Tickets can be purchased on game day on the gate or online at http://www.esherrugby.com/ticket_sales.html, priced £10 for adults, £5 for Under 16s.

 

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England Women ready to defend their Six Nations crown
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Date: 24/01/2012 16:14

England Women ready to defend their Six Nations crown

Issued by Julia Hutton

With just under two weeks until the RBS 6 Nations kicks off England Women are aiming high and setting their sights on a record breaking seventh consecutive championship crown.

The reigning Grand Slam champions kick off their campaign against Scotland at Lasswade RFC, Edinburgh, on February 5th, kick off 5pm. England then take on Italy in Milan before England’s first game at home against Wales at Twickenham Stadium on February 25th. Street’s side then travel to France for a tough match in Paris, before ending the series at Esher RFC on March 19th against Ireland.

Street said: “After six successive wins in the Six Nations and beating the world champions New Zealand in the autumn people might think this title is a given for us but we are definitely not thinking like that. The Six Nations is always tough. Ireland and France have consistently put in good performances, with France most recently beating us in a two test series in France in November. Wales too beat us not too long ago, so we know we need to be at the top of our game and give everything we have in every game. We will take this championship one game at a time, but of course our ultimate aim is to defend our title.”

England head into the championship hoping to welcome back some big name players for the campaign. Wasps’ Joanna McGilchrist, Richmond’s Fiona Pocock and Worcester duo Heather Fisher and Danielle Waterman could all be back in the reckoning during the five-match tournament. All four players featured in the 2010 Rugby World Cup and share a massive 136 caps between them.

Street added: “Hopefully we will have handful of our experienced players returning to fitness for the Six Nations while at the same time I will certainly be looking at our young and up and coming players and involving them to ensure we continue to have a wide pool of players available.”




England Elite Playing Squad:

Cl
aireAllan (Richmond) (Centre)

Margaret Alphonsi (Saracens) (Flanker)

Jennifer Brightmore (Worcester) (Lock)

Rowena Burnfield (Richmond) (2nd Row)

Rochelle Clark (Worcester) (Prop)

Rebecca Essex(Richmond) (2nd Row)

Hannah Field (Wasps) (Flanker)

Heather Fisher (Worcester) (Flanker)

Victoria Fleetwood (Lichfield) (Hooker)

SoniaGreen(Saracens) (No. 8)

Sarah Guest (Worcester) (Scrum half)

Sophie Hemming (Bristol) (Prop)

Natasha Hunt (Lichfield) (Scrum Half)

Rose Jay (Lichfield) (Scrumhalf/wing)

SarahHunter (Lichfield) (Flanker)

Charlotte Keane (Worcester) (Scrumhalf)

Laura Keates (Worcester) (Prop)

Ruth Laybourne (Leodiensians) (wing)

Jane Leonard (Wasps) (Flanker)

La Toya Mason (Wasps) (Scrum Half)

Francesca Matthews (Richmond) (Wing)

Joanna McGilchrist (Wasps) (2nd Row)

SarahMcKenna Old Albanians (Fly Half)

Katy McLean Darlington Mowden Park Sharks (Fly Half)

Katherine Merchant (Worcester) (Wing)

Harriet Millar-Mills (Lichfield) (No 8)

Isabelle Noel-Smith (Bristol) (Flanker)

Kimberley Oliver (Bristol) (Fly Half)

MarliePacker (Bristol) (Flanker)

Fiona Pocock (Richmond) (Full Back)

ClairePurdy(Wasps) (Prop)

Amber Reed (Bristol) (Centre)

Alice Richardson (Richmond) (Centre)

Georgina Roberts (Darlington Mowden Park Sharks) (Centre)

Georgina Rozario (Lichfield) (Scrum Half)

Emily Scarratt (Lichfield) (Centre)

Michaela Staniford (Wasps) (Wing)

Tamara Taylor(Darlington Mowden Park Sharks) (2nd Row)

Geraldine Thomas (Wasps) (Hooker)

Amy Turner (Richmond) (Hooker)

Lydia Thompson (Worcester) (Wing)

Danielle Waterman (Worcester) (Full Back)

Joanne Watmore (Worcester) (Centre)

Charlotte Wild (Lichfield) (Prop)

Kay Wilson (Richmond) (Full Back)

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